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Amy’s guidebook

Vegetarian/Vegan Friendly
Most New Orleans restaurants have at least one decent vegetarian item. These restaurants get vegetarian/vegan right.
We love the vegetarian friendly Bánh mì... or totally loaded tater tots. I love the in-house murals and frozen Irish coffee. Eating at the bar ensures listening to Frenchmen Street's Bamboulas club and excellent people watching. They also have on tap Big Easy Bucha (kambucha) infused with vodka. It's a new business partnership, unique to 13 and Molly's at the Market.
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517 Frenchmen Street
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We love the vegetarian friendly Bánh mì... or totally loaded tater tots. I love the in-house murals and frozen Irish coffee. Eating at the bar ensures listening to Frenchmen Street's Bamboulas club and excellent people watching. They also have on tap Big Easy Bucha (kambucha) infused with vodka. It's a new business partnership, unique to 13 and Molly's at the Market.
Bearcat Cafe is tucked into an uptown neighborhood and caters to the full breakfast crowd, gluten free, paleo, vegan, vegetarian, etc. Our favorites are the freshly squeezed juices, vegan ranchero and the cat daddy biscuits.
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BEARCAT CAFE UPTOWN
2521 Jena St
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Bearcat Cafe is tucked into an uptown neighborhood and caters to the full breakfast crowd, gluten free, paleo, vegan, vegetarian, etc. Our favorites are the freshly squeezed juices, vegan ranchero and the cat daddy biscuits.
Carmo is in the top 100 Latin American restaurants rated by the Advocate local newspaper. I stumbled upon their gumbo at the Gumbo festival in Armstrong park and it was amazing. You won't be disappointed by the passion fruit caipirinha and mojitos.
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Carmo
527 Julia Street
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Carmo is in the top 100 Latin American restaurants rated by the Advocate local newspaper. I stumbled upon their gumbo at the Gumbo festival in Armstrong park and it was amazing. You won't be disappointed by the passion fruit caipirinha and mojitos.
The Daily Beet is in St. Roch Market, one of our favorite fast casual haunts. Groups of two and twenty will be happy with St. Roch Market creative food vendors. I'm always torn between the Southwest bowl and the Summer salad.
The Daily Beet
2381 St Claude Ave
The Daily Beet is in St. Roch Market, one of our favorite fast casual haunts. Groups of two and twenty will be happy with St. Roch Market creative food vendors. I'm always torn between the Southwest bowl and the Summer salad.
Dat Dog on Frenchmen isn't your regular hot dog stand. They have 4 vegan options. I get a smoked apple sage dog, with a side of spicy chipotle dog; no fries. They have a full service bar with weekday happy hour. You literally won't miss a beat or show choosing them.
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Dat Dog
601 Frenchmen Street
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Dat Dog on Frenchmen isn't your regular hot dog stand. They have 4 vegan options. I get a smoked apple sage dog, with a side of spicy chipotle dog; no fries. They have a full service bar with weekday happy hour. You literally won't miss a beat or show choosing them.
Green Goddess is a French Quarter vegetarian/vegan "piazza café dining experience" in Exchange Alley. It's limited seating, historic architecture will charm you. Exchange Alley is also a popular space for wedding couples to take pre-wedding photos. My favorites are the beet hummus and Chimichurri mushrooms with purple rice, horseradish creme, and plantains.
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Green Goddess
307 Exchange Place
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Green Goddess is a French Quarter vegetarian/vegan "piazza café dining experience" in Exchange Alley. It's limited seating, historic architecture will charm you. Exchange Alley is also a popular space for wedding couples to take pre-wedding photos. My favorites are the beet hummus and Chimichurri mushrooms with purple rice, horseradish creme, and plantains.
Killer PoBoys serves my personal favorites roasted cauliflower or roasted sweet potato poboys. It also specializes in all the traditional fairs of shrimp and black beer beef debris. Just make certain you take off all your jewelry before devouring every morsel of the debris because it is wrist licking good.
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Killer PoBoys
219 Dauphine St
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Killer PoBoys serves my personal favorites roasted cauliflower or roasted sweet potato poboys. It also specializes in all the traditional fairs of shrimp and black beer beef debris. Just make certain you take off all your jewelry before devouring every morsel of the debris because it is wrist licking good.
Meals from the Heart Cafe is a vegan/gluten free paradise specializing in amazing pancakes and crab cakes. Located in the historic French Market, you'll savor clean, full bodied gumbo flavors while people watching in one of Nola's most endeared spaces.
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Meals From the Heart Cafe
1100 North Peters Street
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Meals from the Heart Cafe is a vegan/gluten free paradise specializing in amazing pancakes and crab cakes. Located in the historic French Market, you'll savor clean, full bodied gumbo flavors while people watching in one of Nola's most endeared spaces.
Paloma Cafe is a coffee space in the Bywater neighborhood. Its features super yummy breakfast tacos and yucca fries in a quaint Bywater setting. The best part of being an adult is selecting the desert for breakfast, like Tres Leche French Toast. Meat lovers may add fried chicken.
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Paloma Cafe
800 Louisa St
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Paloma Cafe is a coffee space in the Bywater neighborhood. Its features super yummy breakfast tacos and yucca fries in a quaint Bywater setting. The best part of being an adult is selecting the desert for breakfast, like Tres Leche French Toast. Meat lovers may add fried chicken.
Satsuma Cafe hones a hipster vibe in the Bywater neighborhood. The vegan curry scramble with roasted sweet potato, kale, and cauliflower flavor blends are spot on. Mexican tacos and fluffy blueberry pancakes are hometown and out of town favorites.
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Satsuma Cafe
3218 Dauphine Street
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Satsuma Cafe hones a hipster vibe in the Bywater neighborhood. The vegan curry scramble with roasted sweet potato, kale, and cauliflower flavor blends are spot on. Mexican tacos and fluffy blueberry pancakes are hometown and out of town favorites.
Seed is simply good food, 100% plant based, nestled Uptown on Prytania Street. Their southern fried chicken nuggets will delight and perplex any meat lover. The artichoke cakes flavors and textures mirror New Orleans crab cakes. Breakfast favorites are the beignets or grits and grillades, sensational. It also made the top 100 restaurants for vegetarian/vegan options, by the Advocate local newspaper.
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Seed
1330 Prytania Street
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Seed is simply good food, 100% plant based, nestled Uptown on Prytania Street. Their southern fried chicken nuggets will delight and perplex any meat lover. The artichoke cakes flavors and textures mirror New Orleans crab cakes. Breakfast favorites are the beignets or grits and grillades, sensational. It also made the top 100 restaurants for vegetarian/vegan options, by the Advocate local newspaper.
Small Mart is tiny, mighty, and in the French Market area of the French Quarter. Its the kinda place that your pedi-cab, front desk clerk, tour guide would grab lunch and go. Vegan curry is amazing and affordable. They fly in New York City bagel dough and bake daily. It also made the top 100 restaurants for vegetarian/vegan options, by the Advocate local newspaper.
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Small Mart
1303 Decatur St
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Small Mart is tiny, mighty, and in the French Market area of the French Quarter. Its the kinda place that your pedi-cab, front desk clerk, tour guide would grab lunch and go. Vegan curry is amazing and affordable. They fly in New York City bagel dough and bake daily. It also made the top 100 restaurants for vegetarian/vegan options, by the Advocate local newspaper.
Sneaky Pickle is in the Bywater neighborhood and has a hidden wine bar in its backyard, open weekends till midnight. They nail sweet savory beat dishes and offer one of the few tempeh reuben sandwiches in the city. I recommend any flatbread sandwich they dream up.
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Sneaky Pickle
4017 Saint Claude Avenue
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Sneaky Pickle is in the Bywater neighborhood and has a hidden wine bar in its backyard, open weekends till midnight. They nail sweet savory beat dishes and offer one of the few tempeh reuben sandwiches in the city. I recommend any flatbread sandwich they dream up.
Sweet Soul Food is so good, it has to move across the street to triple the floor space. Right now, she's a lean, friendly buffet serving 100% vegan inspired, New Orleans soul food dishes. The last time I brought mamma to the restaurant, we met someone who flew from Washington DC to eat here. Yes, it's that good. The buffet is also super reasonably priced. $9.99 for any three items. The tables flip quick because the flavors are spot on. It also made the top 100 restaurants for vegetarian/vegan options, by the Advocate local newspaper.
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Sweet Soulfood-Nola Vegan Cuisine
1016 N Broad St
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Sweet Soul Food is so good, it has to move across the street to triple the floor space. Right now, she's a lean, friendly buffet serving 100% vegan inspired, New Orleans soul food dishes. The last time I brought mamma to the restaurant, we met someone who flew from Washington DC to eat here. Yes, it's that good. The buffet is also super reasonably priced. $9.99 for any three items. The tables flip quick because the flavors are spot on. It also made the top 100 restaurants for vegetarian/vegan options, by the Advocate local newspaper.
Three Muses is one of the few nightly music venues that started with kickin' vegetarian menu options beyond a frozen bean burger. It's a wedding anniversary, birthday, pre-dinner small plates and cocktail spot. This is a place where our wedding singer met her husband. It's were we sat and had martins, deciding our wedding venue. Tips: reserve your table, tables are for dining only, no cover charge.
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Three Muses
536 Frenchmen St
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Three Muses is one of the few nightly music venues that started with kickin' vegetarian menu options beyond a frozen bean burger. It's a wedding anniversary, birthday, pre-dinner small plates and cocktail spot. This is a place where our wedding singer met her husband. It's were we sat and had martins, deciding our wedding venue. Tips: reserve your table, tables are for dining only, no cover charge.
Gluten Friendly
My mother is celiac and lactose intolerant. I get gluten free isn't a fad or lifestyle and sometimes challenging for restaurants to get right.
Casamento's is a memory lane trip back to the 1940's. They fry seafood, shuck oysters in a restaurant tiled, ceiling to floor, in 1940's. Each fried order is individually shaken in the back. Gluten free orders are shaken with corn meal. Tips: Cash only, tables seated when all of the party is present, Ms. Mae's is a terrific dive to wait for your party, closed from June through the second week of September, no outside drinks.
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Casamento's Restaurant
4330 Magazine Street
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Casamento's is a memory lane trip back to the 1940's. They fry seafood, shuck oysters in a restaurant tiled, ceiling to floor, in 1940's. Each fried order is individually shaken in the back. Gluten free orders are shaken with corn meal. Tips: Cash only, tables seated when all of the party is present, Ms. Mae's is a terrific dive to wait for your party, closed from June through the second week of September, no outside drinks.
Mais Arepas is a Columbia/Creole restaurant in the Central City area. Their menu is 100% gluten free and it earned a top 100 restaurant spot by the Advocate local newspaper for Latin American/Mexican food. Start with the street corn and passion fruit cocktail.
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Maïs Arepas
1200 Carondelet Street
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Mais Arepas is a Columbia/Creole restaurant in the Central City area. Their menu is 100% gluten free and it earned a top 100 restaurant spot by the Advocate local newspaper for Latin American/Mexican food. Start with the street corn and passion fruit cocktail.
Poke LOA is a Hawaiian themed, Magazine restaurant. Avocado is free with vegetarian bowls. King Poke is a favorite with salmon, tuna, avocado, and your favorite side items.
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POKE LOA
3341 Magazine St
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Poke LOA is a Hawaiian themed, Magazine restaurant. Avocado is free with vegetarian bowls. King Poke is a favorite with salmon, tuna, avocado, and your favorite side items.
Meril is an Emeril Legasse restaurant, thus the play on his name, in the Central Business District (CBD). Every menu item is a mouth watering flavor party. It's a great restaurant to people watch, with modern touches and folk art murals. Tips: reservations recommended, ask at the hostess/host stand for the GF menu.
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Meril
424 Girod St
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Meril is an Emeril Legasse restaurant, thus the play on his name, in the Central Business District (CBD). Every menu item is a mouth watering flavor party. It's a great restaurant to people watch, with modern touches and folk art murals. Tips: reservations recommended, ask at the hostess/host stand for the GF menu.
Muriel's is a French Quarter staple, casual fine dining. They have an online gluten free menu with brunch and entree items. Blackened catfish, shrimp remoulade, and vegetable curry are our favorite dishes. Tips: park at Hotel Place d'Armes on St. Ann Street, reservations recommended, 2nd floor balcony dining has fantastic views of Jackson Square
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Muriel's Jackson Square
801 Chartres Street
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Muriel's is a French Quarter staple, casual fine dining. They have an online gluten free menu with brunch and entree items. Blackened catfish, shrimp remoulade, and vegetable curry are our favorite dishes. Tips: park at Hotel Place d'Armes on St. Ann Street, reservations recommended, 2nd floor balcony dining has fantastic views of Jackson Square
Superfood Bar is a vegan/gluten free restaurant on Magazine Street. They have scrumptious smoothies, raw salads and wraps. My favorites are the curry schroom and viet wraps.
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Superfood Bar
4113 Magazine Street
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Superfood Bar is a vegan/gluten free restaurant on Magazine Street. They have scrumptious smoothies, raw salads and wraps. My favorites are the curry schroom and viet wraps.
Theo's is a terrific pizzeria with multiple locations, MidCity and Magazine Street. Request a gluten free crust for your favorite pizzas. The vegon-ator and the hippie are my favorites. My family enjoys the meathead or the expert pizzas.
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Theo's Neighborhood Pizza, Mid-City
4024 Canal Street
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Theo's is a terrific pizzeria with multiple locations, MidCity and Magazine Street. Request a gluten free crust for your favorite pizzas. The vegon-ator and the hippie are my favorites. My family enjoys the meathead or the expert pizzas.
Arts and Culture
The Cabildo is a Louisiana State Museum with some terrific artifacts from New Orleans' past. I love seeing an old K&B pharmacy signs and Pontchartrain Beach amusement park memorabilia. Experience a full Mardi Gras Indians suit and marvel at the intricate, year-round, hand sewing.
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The Cabildo
701 Chartres Street
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The Cabildo is a Louisiana State Museum with some terrific artifacts from New Orleans' past. I love seeing an old K&B pharmacy signs and Pontchartrain Beach amusement park memorabilia. Experience a full Mardi Gras Indians suit and marvel at the intricate, year-round, hand sewing.
Contemporary Arts Center is a terrific venue to watch a Burlesque performance or art show. It is a must stop during summer's White Linen night.
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現代美術センター
900 Camp Street
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Contemporary Arts Center is a terrific venue to watch a Burlesque performance or art show. It is a must stop during summer's White Linen night.
The Historic New Orleans Collection is a beautifully curated stroll through the city's beginnings through the world's fair exhibit. The volunteers are helpful and engaging.
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The Historic New Orleans Collection
533 Royal Street
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The Historic New Orleans Collection is a beautifully curated stroll through the city's beginnings through the world's fair exhibit. The volunteers are helpful and engaging.
House of Dance & Feathers is a 9th Ward, backyard museum curated by Ronald Lewis. It is a passionate collection of Mardi Gras Indians, from the 2008 Krewe de Vieux King and Katrina survivor. He's the best historian and genuine human being you'll find anywhere. Tips: make an appointment (he's a one man show), House of Dance & Feathers is also celebrated by Trumpeter Shamarr Allen, in a song, which provides exact directions, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KGkKIabZG4o Do yourself a favor and visit the House of Dance and Feathers AND the Lower Ninth Ward Living Museum. They are neighbors. Tips: street parking only; 9th ward experienced multiple, not repaired water line breaks for years after Katrina; streets are tire torturous; don't drive into puddles (they could be cavernous potholes).
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House of Dance & Feathers
1317 Tupelo Street
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House of Dance & Feathers is a 9th Ward, backyard museum curated by Ronald Lewis. It is a passionate collection of Mardi Gras Indians, from the 2008 Krewe de Vieux King and Katrina survivor. He's the best historian and genuine human being you'll find anywhere. Tips: make an appointment (he's a one man show), House of Dance & Feathers is also celebrated by Trumpeter Shamarr Allen, in a song, which provides exact directions, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KGkKIabZG4o Do yourself a favor and visit the House of Dance and Feathers AND the Lower Ninth Ward Living Museum. They are neighbors. Tips: street parking only; 9th ward experienced multiple, not repaired water line breaks for years after Katrina; streets are tire torturous; don't drive into puddles (they could be cavernous potholes).
5000 Warrington Drive 70122 is one of the 2005 Katrina Levee breech outdoor museums complete with a donated, flooded home, maintained by levees.org. It is a quick walk where you experience the challenges New Orleanians experienced to rebuild their homes. Two links: http://levees.org/levee-exhibit-hall-and-garden/ https://neworleanshistorical.org/items/show/276
Levee Exhibit Hall and Garden
5000 Warrington Dr
5000 Warrington Drive 70122 is one of the 2005 Katrina Levee breech outdoor museums complete with a donated, flooded home, maintained by levees.org. It is a quick walk where you experience the challenges New Orleanians experienced to rebuild their homes. Two links: http://levees.org/levee-exhibit-hall-and-garden/ https://neworleanshistorical.org/items/show/276
i.The Lower Ninth Ward Living Museum is a monument to a crippling moment in New Orleans history. It documents the tenacious 9th Ward neighborhood's scrappy, Katrina recovery efforts in one humble home. Caution: tears ahead. Do yourself a favor and visit the Lower Ninth Ward Living Museum AND the House of Dance and Feathers. They are neighbors. Tips: street parking only; 9th ward experienced multiple, not repaired water line breaks for years after Katrina; streets are tire torturous; don't drive into puddles (they could be cavernous potholes).
Lower Ninth Ward
i.The Lower Ninth Ward Living Museum is a monument to a crippling moment in New Orleans history. It documents the tenacious 9th Ward neighborhood's scrappy, Katrina recovery efforts in one humble home. Caution: tears ahead. Do yourself a favor and visit the Lower Ninth Ward Living Museum AND the House of Dance and Feathers. They are neighbors. Tips: street parking only; 9th ward experienced multiple, not repaired water line breaks for years after Katrina; streets are tire torturous; don't drive into puddles (they could be cavernous potholes).
The McKenna Museum sits in a renovated historic home, hosting a private collection from a local Dr George McKenna and his wife, Leah McKenna. Leah McKenna was the first African American principle in a New Orleans integrated schools. "The McKenna museum seeks to make fine art from the African diaspora accessible to visitors of all ages." The museum is an event space and available via appointment only. It is the sister museum to Le Musee de f.p.c.
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The McKenna Museum of African-American Art
2003 Carondelet Street
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The McKenna Museum sits in a renovated historic home, hosting a private collection from a local Dr George McKenna and his wife, Leah McKenna. Leah McKenna was the first African American principle in a New Orleans integrated schools. "The McKenna museum seeks to make fine art from the African diaspora accessible to visitors of all ages." The museum is an event space and available via appointment only. It is the sister museum to Le Musee de f.p.c.
Le Musee de F.P.C. or The Museum of Free People of Color documents free people of color of African descent before the Civil War. Louisiana, because of Spanish rule and laws, had a larger, more prosperous and skilled artisans and craftsmen F.P.C.. Le Musee de F.P.C is run in partnership with The George & Leah McKenna Museum of African American Art.
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Le Musée de F.P.C. | Free People of Color Museum
2236 Esplanade Ave
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Le Musee de F.P.C. or The Museum of Free People of Color documents free people of color of African descent before the Civil War. Louisiana, because of Spanish rule and laws, had a larger, more prosperous and skilled artisans and craftsmen F.P.C.. Le Musee de F.P.C is run in partnership with The George & Leah McKenna Museum of African American Art.
The New Orleans Historic Voodoo Museum is a two room, self guided museum; immersed in cherished voodoo pieces. It's a $7.00 off the beaten path, in the air conditioning, experience. Get some culture.
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New Orleans Historic Voodoo Museum
724 Dumaine Street
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The New Orleans Historic Voodoo Museum is a two room, self guided museum; immersed in cherished voodoo pieces. It's a $7.00 off the beaten path, in the air conditioning, experience. Get some culture.
I'm on the grounds of the New Orleans Museum of Art multiple times a month. I'm a repeat offender of the Sculpture Garden and it's latest expansion. We frequently walk the large pond. Wednesdays, Louisiana residents get in free to experience the exhibits.
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ニューオリンズ美術館
1 Collins Diboll Circle
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I'm on the grounds of the New Orleans Museum of Art multiple times a month. I'm a repeat offender of the Sculpture Garden and it's latest expansion. We frequently walk the large pond. Wednesdays, Louisiana residents get in free to experience the exhibits.
The New Orleans Jazz Museum at the Old US Mint hosts a Louis Armstrong festival each year, usually the first weekend of August. It is an amazing reason to experience the birthplace of Jazz.
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New Orleans Jazz Museum
400 Esplanade Avenue
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The New Orleans Jazz Museum at the Old US Mint hosts a Louis Armstrong festival each year, usually the first weekend of August. It is an amazing reason to experience the birthplace of Jazz.
Octavia Books is a treasure and voted the best local bookstore, multiple years. They have interesting book readings and signings multiple times a month.
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Octavia Books
513 Octavia Street
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Octavia Books is a treasure and voted the best local bookstore, multiple years. They have interesting book readings and signings multiple times a month.
We love the multi-floor Ogden Museum's music events. We met our wedding singer at an all female jazz singer event here. We walked up to the second level, listened, and selected. The acoustics are fantastic and the rotating exhibits are terrific.
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オッジェン美術館
925 Camp Street
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We love the multi-floor Ogden Museum's music events. We met our wedding singer at an all female jazz singer event here. We walked up to the second level, listened, and selected. The acoustics are fantastic and the rotating exhibits are terrific.
Treme's Petit Jazz Museum is hosted by Al Jackson. This museum is a veteran's life long dream to share the depth of Jazz culture from the Treme neighborhood. Tips: $10 for adults, cash only, eat breakfast or lunch at Li'l Dizzy's Cafe first.
Treme's Petit Jazz Museum
1500 Governor Nicholls St
Treme's Petit Jazz Museum is hosted by Al Jackson. This museum is a veteran's life long dream to share the depth of Jazz culture from the Treme neighborhood. Tips: $10 for adults, cash only, eat breakfast or lunch at Li'l Dizzy's Cafe first.
I go every year to the WWII museum and I learn something new every visit. Shake hands with local WWII veterans at the entrance. Touch the New Orleans manufactured Higgins boats, game changers on D-Day. Gaze at real WWII aircraft from the ground and from the fourth floor.
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ザ・ナショナル WWII ミュージアム
945 Magazine Street
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I go every year to the WWII museum and I learn something new every visit. Shake hands with local WWII veterans at the entrance. Touch the New Orleans manufactured Higgins boats, game changers on D-Day. Gaze at real WWII aircraft from the ground and from the fourth floor.
Get Saved! Gospel Choirs, Churches, Mosque, Temples
Ebenezer Baptist Church is a smaller church with a spirited gospel choir, celebrating every Sunday, in Central City. Services: Sunday 9:30am Express Service (No 9.:30am Express Services on 4th Sunday) 7:30pm Holy Ghost Broadcast Service
Ebenezer Baptist Church
Ebenezer Baptist Church is a smaller church with a spirited gospel choir, celebrating every Sunday, in Central City. Services: Sunday 9:30am Express Service (No 9.:30am Express Services on 4th Sunday) 7:30pm Holy Ghost Broadcast Service
Franklin Avenue Baptist Church is a gregarious congregation, with a famous gospel choir. International musicians like Lenny Kravitz have been known to sit in with this gospel choir. They are a big church/big choir (5000+ members), with kind and warm New Orleanians. They moved to New Orleans East from Franklin Avenue in 2019. Sunday worship: 9-10:30am Call 504-488-8488 for more information and events.
Franklin Avenue Baptist Church
8282 I-10 Service Rd
Franklin Avenue Baptist Church is a gregarious congregation, with a famous gospel choir. International musicians like Lenny Kravitz have been known to sit in with this gospel choir. They are a big church/big choir (5000+ members), with kind and warm New Orleanians. They moved to New Orleans East from Franklin Avenue in 2019. Sunday worship: 9-10:30am Call 504-488-8488 for more information and events.
International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) (Hare Krishna) ISKCON hosts a Sunday celebration, from 6-8pm, with vegetarian food. Temple also holds an annual celebration in the second week of January. Call 504-975-9960 for more information and events.
ISKCON
2936 Esplanade Avenue
International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) (Hare Krishna) ISKCON hosts a Sunday celebration, from 6-8pm, with vegetarian food. Temple also holds an annual celebration in the second week of January. Call 504-975-9960 for more information and events.
Islamic Center of New Orleans is open from 8am-9pm, every day. Call 504-944-3758 for more information and events.
Islamic Center of New Orleans
1911 St Claude Ave
Islamic Center of New Orleans is open from 8am-9pm, every day. Call 504-944-3758 for more information and events.
SGI-USA is New Orleans's largest Buddhist Community Center, in Central City. They are open in the mornings and evenings. Call 504-310-2011 for more information and events.
SGI-USA New Orleans Buddhist Community Center
1331 Prytania St
SGI-USA is New Orleans's largest Buddhist Community Center, in Central City. They are open in the mornings and evenings. Call 504-310-2011 for more information and events.
St Augustine (gospel/jazz choir) Catholic Church, 1841. It is the oldest African-American Catholic parish in the United States. St Augustine is located in the historic Faubourg Tremé district, adjacent to the French Quarter. The church has a centuries long legacy where enslaved Africans, free people of color and whites worshipped together due to “The War of the Pews”. Read more about “The War of the Pews” and St Augustine’s rich history: http://www.louisianaweekly.com/pastor-activist-and-journalist-fr-jerome-ledoux-dies-at-88/ Mass: Sunday 10am Wednesday 4:30pm Rosary followed by Mass at 5pm. Call 504-525-5934 for more information and events.
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Saint Augustine Catholic Church
1210 Governor Nicholls Street
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St Augustine (gospel/jazz choir) Catholic Church, 1841. It is the oldest African-American Catholic parish in the United States. St Augustine is located in the historic Faubourg Tremé district, adjacent to the French Quarter. The church has a centuries long legacy where enslaved Africans, free people of color and whites worshipped together due to “The War of the Pews”. Read more about “The War of the Pews” and St Augustine’s rich history: http://www.louisianaweekly.com/pastor-activist-and-journalist-fr-jerome-ledoux-dies-at-88/ Mass: Sunday 10am Wednesday 4:30pm Rosary followed by Mass at 5pm. Call 504-525-5934 for more information and events.
St Louis Cathedral (choir), 1794. St Louis Cathedral is one of the oldest Cathedral’s in the United States. Her iconic image is in almost every televised New Orleans advertisement, event coverage, and TV series coverage. Mass: Monday-Friday: 12:05 pm Sunday: 9am and 11am Call 504-525-9585 for more information and events.
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St. Louis Cathedral
615 Pere Antoine Alley
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St Louis Cathedral (choir), 1794. St Louis Cathedral is one of the oldest Cathedral’s in the United States. Her iconic image is in almost every televised New Orleans advertisement, event coverage, and TV series coverage. Mass: Monday-Friday: 12:05 pm Sunday: 9am and 11am Call 504-525-9585 for more information and events.
St Mark's United Methodist Church, 1909, shares an intimate legacy with the LGBTQIA community. St. Mark's was one of the few churches that permitted funeral services for HIV positive New Orleanians during the 1980's and 1990's. St. Mark's also held the only memorial service after the 1973 Upstairs Lounge. The service remembered the 32 arson fire victims and consoled the devastated, silent, LGBTQIA community. St. Mark's is and was always on the right side of history. Sunday Worship: 10am. St Mark's serves a meal after the service. Call 504-529-8044 for more information and events.
St Mark's United Methodist Church
1130 N Rampart St
St Mark's United Methodist Church, 1909, shares an intimate legacy with the LGBTQIA community. St. Mark's was one of the few churches that permitted funeral services for HIV positive New Orleanians during the 1980's and 1990's. St. Mark's also held the only memorial service after the 1973 Upstairs Lounge. The service remembered the 32 arson fire victims and consoled the devastated, silent, LGBTQIA community. St. Mark's is and was always on the right side of history. Sunday Worship: 10am. St Mark's serves a meal after the service. Call 504-529-8044 for more information and events.
St Peter Claver Catholic Church, 1920, is the largest African-American Catholic Church in the state of Louisiana. Civil rights icon and legendary restaurateur, Leah Chase's funeral mass was performed at St. Peter Claver. They host a talented gospel choir, celebrated by the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation in 2019. Mass: Saturday: 4pm Sunday: 7:30am and 10am Call 504-822-8059 for more information and events.
St Peter Claver Catholic Church
1923 Saint Philip Street
St Peter Claver Catholic Church, 1920, is the largest African-American Catholic Church in the state of Louisiana. Civil rights icon and legendary restaurateur, Leah Chase's funeral mass was performed at St. Peter Claver. They host a talented gospel choir, celebrated by the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation in 2019. Mass: Saturday: 4pm Sunday: 7:30am and 10am Call 504-822-8059 for more information and events.
Temple Sinai New Orleans, 1870. Temple Sinai is a Reform congregation and possibly the largest Jewish congregation in Louisiana. Temple Sinai and Touro Synagogue are the oldest Reform congregations in Louisiana and the south. The Temple Sinai Reform website states: "Friday Shabbat services are held at 6:15 p.m., except during select summer months. Our Saturday Shabbat typically begins with a 9:00 a.m. Torah study and breakfast, followed by an abbreviated service and Kaddish. Saturday Torah study will end at about 9:45 a.m. the morning of a Bar/Bat Mitzvah, and otherwise will conclude at 10:30 a.m. Saturday times will change in the summer, when Temple Sinai rotates services with Gates of Prayer and Touro Synagogue." Call 504-861-3693 for more information and events.
Temple Sinai
6227 St Charles Ave
Temple Sinai New Orleans, 1870. Temple Sinai is a Reform congregation and possibly the largest Jewish congregation in Louisiana. Temple Sinai and Touro Synagogue are the oldest Reform congregations in Louisiana and the south. The Temple Sinai Reform website states: "Friday Shabbat services are held at 6:15 p.m., except during select summer months. Our Saturday Shabbat typically begins with a 9:00 a.m. Torah study and breakfast, followed by an abbreviated service and Kaddish. Saturday Torah study will end at about 9:45 a.m. the morning of a Bar/Bat Mitzvah, and otherwise will conclude at 10:30 a.m. Saturday times will change in the summer, when Temple Sinai rotates services with Gates of Prayer and Touro Synagogue." Call 504-861-3693 for more information and events.
Touro Synagogue, 1828. Touro Synagogue is also Reform synagogue. Temple Sinai and Touro Synagogue are the oldest Reform congregations in Louisiana and the south. Saturday 10:30-11:45am Call 504-895-4843 for more information and events.
Touro Synagogue
4238 Saint Charles Avenue
Touro Synagogue, 1828. Touro Synagogue is also Reform synagogue. Temple Sinai and Touro Synagogue are the oldest Reform congregations in Louisiana and the south. Saturday 10:30-11:45am Call 504-895-4843 for more information and events.
Cool Coffee
Growing up in New Orleans, Star... something wasn't a thing. NOLA has tons of independent, amazing, local coffee shops. Please partake in supporting them.
The Bean Gallery is a terrific people watching spot in MidCity. You can meet up with friends, study, and get terrific coffee with small pastries. If the Bean Gallery gets too loud or busy, Monkey Monkey is down the street.
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The Bean Gallery
637 North Carrollton Avenue
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The Bean Gallery is a terrific people watching spot in MidCity. You can meet up with friends, study, and get terrific coffee with small pastries. If the Bean Gallery gets too loud or busy, Monkey Monkey is down the street.
Cafe' du Monde, 1862, is the original beignet stand well-loved across the world. It's across from Jackson Square and has some of the best people watching in the French Quarter. There is a side window for to go orders. Jazz musicians, street performers, and the occasional telescope appear and disappear on this corner. Tips: don't breathe in the confectionery sugar, the French Quarter location is cash only.
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Cafe Du Monde French Market
800 Decatur St
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Cafe' du Monde, 1862, is the original beignet stand well-loved across the world. It's across from Jackson Square and has some of the best people watching in the French Quarter. There is a side window for to go orders. Jazz musicians, street performers, and the occasional telescope appear and disappear on this corner. Tips: don't breathe in the confectionery sugar, the French Quarter location is cash only.
Flora Gallery and Coffee Shop is one of my favorite stops before car touring the Marigny/Bywater murals. The space hosts local works of art and is excellent people watching. It's across the street from Mimi's should your party have a split decision of drinks or no drinks.
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Flora Gallery & Coffee Shop
2600 Royal Street
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Flora Gallery and Coffee Shop is one of my favorite stops before car touring the Marigny/Bywater murals. The space hosts local works of art and is excellent people watching. It's across the street from Mimi's should your party have a split decision of drinks or no drinks.
French Truck Coffee travels the world to bring the best coffee beans from remote regions to you. They have locations in the French Quarter, close to the WWII museum, on Magazine Street, and more. They roast beans in house. Check out their website, journal section for your next cup. You will fall in love with coffee over, and over again.
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French Truck Coffee
217 Chartres St
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French Truck Coffee travels the world to bring the best coffee beans from remote regions to you. They have locations in the French Quarter, close to the WWII museum, on Magazine Street, and more. They roast beans in house. Check out their website, journal section for your next cup. You will fall in love with coffee over, and over again.
Monkey Monkey is a terrific, MidCity coffee house to focus for a few hours on that one task. It isn't as busteling as its neighbor coffee house, The Bean Gallery, and sometimes you need that. Pop your headphones in, knock out your mission, and get back to relaxing.
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Monkey Monkey Coffee and Tea
4641 South Carrollton Avenue
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Monkey Monkey is a terrific, MidCity coffee house to focus for a few hours on that one task. It isn't as busteling as its neighbor coffee house, The Bean Gallery, and sometimes you need that. Pop your headphones in, knock out your mission, and get back to relaxing.
Mojo Coffee House has multiple locations in the New Orleans area. It is known as a terrific study spot, with stable wifi. It offers wraps, sandwiches, Girls Gone Vegan snack bars, etc. I've enjoyed coffee at the Magazine location since it was a Rue de la Course coffee dive.
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Mojo Coffee House
1500 Magazine Street
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Mojo Coffee House has multiple locations in the New Orleans area. It is known as a terrific study spot, with stable wifi. It offers wraps, sandwiches, Girls Gone Vegan snack bars, etc. I've enjoyed coffee at the Magazine location since it was a Rue de la Course coffee dive.
Neutral Ground Coffeehouse is a non-profit, staffed by volunteers and musicians. This is a music venue, with no alcohol or decaffeinated coffees. It's a quirky space with generally free music shows. The line-up is sometimes posted on the WWOZ music livewire. https://www.wwoz.org/calendar/livewire-music
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Neutral Ground Coffeehouse
5110 Danneel Street
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Neutral Ground Coffeehouse is a non-profit, staffed by volunteers and musicians. This is a music venue, with no alcohol or decaffeinated coffees. It's a quirky space with generally free music shows. The line-up is sometimes posted on the WWOZ music livewire. https://www.wwoz.org/calendar/livewire-music
The Orange Couch is a Marigny/Bywater favorite coffee house haunt. It offers mochi, vegan, and healthy food options. There are plenty of outlets, lots of seating, a comfy orange couch and zippy wifi.
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The Orange Couch
2339 Royal Street
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The Orange Couch is a Marigny/Bywater favorite coffee house haunt. It offers mochi, vegan, and healthy food options. There are plenty of outlets, lots of seating, a comfy orange couch and zippy wifi.
Rue de la Course has been in multiple locations on Magazine street and in the French Quarter. I've been a fan of their brews and spaces for decades. Their pastries are always fresh, like fluffy croissants. Their ice coffee is priceless on hot days.
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Rue De La Course
1140 South Carrollton Avenue
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Rue de la Course has been in multiple locations on Magazine street and in the French Quarter. I've been a fan of their brews and spaces for decades. Their pastries are always fresh, like fluffy croissants. Their ice coffee is priceless on hot days.
Sacred Grinds Coffee House is a must stop on your cemetery tours. Try the vegan king cake and the CBD caffeine combo if you need a little help from that later than expected evening. The interior is photo worthy, and cemetery driven so not for the faint of heart.
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Sacred Grinds Coffee House
5055 Canal Street
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Sacred Grinds Coffee House is a must stop on your cemetery tours. Try the vegan king cake and the CBD caffeine combo if you need a little help from that later than expected evening. The interior is photo worthy, and cemetery driven so not for the faint of heart.
Who Dat Coffee Cafe is a Marigny neighborhood staple. They have an excellent staff and accessible owners. They have a wide coffee section, delicious corn cakes, vegan, vegetarian, and meat lovers' options. I'm a fan of the two top, tiny table on the steps for people watching.
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Who Dat Coffee Cafe
2401 Burgundy Street
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Who Dat Coffee Cafe is a Marigny neighborhood staple. They have an excellent staff and accessible owners. They have a wide coffee section, delicious corn cakes, vegan, vegetarian, and meat lovers' options. I'm a fan of the two top, tiny table on the steps for people watching.
Dive Bars
The Abbey
1123 Decatur Street
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Bar Redux
801 Poland Avenue
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Brothers III Lounge
4520 Magazine Street
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Chart Room
300 Chartres Street
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Cosimo's Bar
1201 Burgundy Street
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Harry's Corner
900 Chartres Street
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ラフィット鍛冶屋
941 Bourbon Street
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Ms. Mae's The Club
4336 Magazine Street
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Napoleon House
500 Chartres Street
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Mayfair Lounge
1505 Amelia Street
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Molly's at the Market
1107 Decatur Street
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R Bar
1431 Royal Street
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Pal's Lounge
949 North Rendon Street
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Snake & Jake's Christmas Club Lounge
7612 Oak Street
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Vaughan's Lounge
4229 Dauphine Street
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Makin' Groceries
Makin' Groceries is a local adaptation from the French translation of shopping for groceries. The phrase was made famous by Schwegmann's, a local grocery chain in the 80's, which was bought out in 1997.
Locally owned, family run market, within walking 3 blocks away. Canseco's deli makes amazing Cuban sandwiches, featured at the Louisiana Jazz fest.
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Canseco's Market
5217 Elysian Fields Ave
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Locally owned, family run market, within walking 3 blocks away. Canseco's deli makes amazing Cuban sandwiches, featured at the Louisiana Jazz fest.
This is Amy's parent's favorite grocery store. It is a family run business for over 50 years. It has tons of specialty items, authentic New Orleans prepared food section, and a killer bakery. They also have a wide alcohol selection.
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Dorignac's Food Center
710 Veterans Memorial Boulevard
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This is Amy's parent's favorite grocery store. It is a family run business for over 50 years. It has tons of specialty items, authentic New Orleans prepared food section, and a killer bakery. They also have a wide alcohol selection.
The New Orleans Food Co-Op is our primary grocery store. It's like attending a local farmer's market every visit. It's across the street from St. Roch Market, a multi-vendor, foodie, must visit in the Marigny.
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New Orleans Food Co-Op
2372 Saint Claude Avenue
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The New Orleans Food Co-Op is our primary grocery store. It's like attending a local farmer's market every visit. It's across the street from St. Roch Market, a multi-vendor, foodie, must visit in the Marigny.
We love Robert's Fresh Market. It's a fully stocked grocery store with a New Orleans specialty deli. It's located off of the Elysian Fields 55 bus line. You could spend some quality French Quarter time, pop into the grocery, and be home in minutes.
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Robért Fresh Market
3 St Claude Ct
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We love Robert's Fresh Market. It's a fully stocked grocery store with a New Orleans specialty deli. It's located off of the Elysian Fields 55 bus line. You could spend some quality French Quarter time, pop into the grocery, and be home in minutes.
Rouses is a terrific local haunt. They sell boiled shrimp and crawfish by the pound. They also have a big produce and ice cream section.
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Rouses Market
6600 Franklin Avenue
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Rouses is a terrific local haunt. They sell boiled shrimp and crawfish by the pound. They also have a big produce and ice cream section.
Stein's sells terrific sandwiches and meats. If you're on Magazine Street, it's a must eat place. Stein's is next door to District Donuts. Sample from both places. You won't be disappointed.
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Stein's Market and Deli
2207 Magazine Street
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Stein's sells terrific sandwiches and meats. If you're on Magazine Street, it's a must eat place. Stein's is next door to District Donuts. Sample from both places. You won't be disappointed.
This mighty, little store has supplied French Quarter restaurants with wine and specialty liquors for decades. You read that correctly. If a customer asks for a specialty bottle in the downtown area and the restaurant needs it ASAP, they call Vieux Carre’. You will talk to an owner. This store offers the best service and widest variety hands down.
Vieux Carre' Wine & Spirits
422 Chartres Street
This mighty, little store has supplied French Quarter restaurants with wine and specialty liquors for decades. You read that correctly. If a customer asks for a specialty bottle in the downtown area and the restaurant needs it ASAP, they call Vieux Carre’. You will talk to an owner. This store offers the best service and widest variety hands down.
Sometimes you just need a Walmart where you know where everything is and can get out quick. You could walk it, but there are some non-pedestrian friendly intersections.
Walmart Supercenter
4301 Chef Menteur Highway
Sometimes you just need a Walmart where you know where everything is and can get out quick. You could walk it, but there are some non-pedestrian friendly intersections.
Whole Foods has the longest lasting, in store flowers, for the local grocery stores. And yes, the space has two vases because I love to give flowers on special occasions - like its Wednesday.
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Whole Foods Market
300 North Broad Street
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Whole Foods has the longest lasting, in store flowers, for the local grocery stores. And yes, the space has two vases because I love to give flowers on special occasions - like its Wednesday.